The Duke of Cambridge wanted to express his gratitude to some people who really deserve it, as he said as they work in his country’s National Health System and fight against it. coronavirus. But he did not just want to say a “thank you” so he decided to call them and chat one by one.
A press release was issued by Kensington Palace revealing that since the beginning of the year, Prince William has spoken to more than 300 staff and volunteers of the British National Health Service (NHS). Specifically, talk to everyone by phone or video call.
«The Duke wanted to check if all those who support the NHS right now and thank them for their vital role in tackling the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK“Refers to the announcement as broadcast by the Athens News Agency.
In addition, the Prince William made 62 personal calls to front-line workers in hospitals, clinics and pharmacies, staff and volunteers involved in the COVID-19 vaccine, as well as to ambulances and cleaners.
“The Duke was pleased to hear about the impact the pandemic had on the well-being of staff and volunteers across all NHS departments who have been working tirelessly this extremely difficult year,” the statement said.
«Prince William also wanted to pay tribute to the NHS’s incredible efforts over the past year, especially in the highly successful development of the largest vaccination program in British history.“, According to the announcement from Kensington Palace.